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  • N8N
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    that's nothing a little 5/16" fuel line and some solder or braze can't fix, though. If you want to get real elegant a partial first step of a double flare makes a nice "bubble" in the line for a hose barb.

    nate

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  • Dwain G.
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    The only problem is the unique fuel pick-up on 1956-57 C & K cars. It's part of the original sending unit, and I don't think any of the aftermarket units are built that way.


    Dwain G.

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  • DilloCrafter
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    Nate's right, since you have a '56 (first year for 12v, and the 240/33 ohm sending unit).

    Here is a topic that includes ohm measurement details and a part number to get a replacement Stewart Warner gauge from Summit Racing.
    http://forum.studebakerdriversclub.c...?TOPIC_ID=3309

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    Paul Simpson
    "DilloCrafter"

    1955 1/2 Ton Pickup
    The Red-Headed Amazon
    Deep in the heart of Texas

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  • N8N
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    Stewart-Warner, I believe that's 240/33 ohms?

    nate

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  • lemansjeff
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    fuel sending unit ohms?

    My fuel tank sending unit on my '56 Power Hawk is shot. I'm looking to install an aftermarket unit but I need to know what ohm rating is needed so the proper ohms are sent to the dash fuel gauge. I know brand X was using a 12 volt 0-30 ohms sending unit (0 empty, 30 full). What was Stude using? Thanks!!

    '56 PowerHawk
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